Research shows that older adults decrease frailty, and enhance mobility and independence through living in senior living communities.
Reframing Senior Care In A Positive Light When we think of senior care in America, many of us might conjure up images of sterile, lonely nursing homes, where elderly folks sit listlessly in wheelchairs with nothing to do. But as with many stereotypes, these images only tell a small part of the story. Having a… Read More
As we get older, our bodies change, our minds may not be as sharp as they once were, and we may face new and unfamiliar circumstances. With all these changes, it’s no surprise that we seniors often feel stressed and worried. But there are a few simple tips that can make a huge difference. Let’s… Read More
Gratitude isn’t just an emotion – it’s a form of resilience. If you can express gratitude for the little things in life, it will give you the ability to adjust positively – no matter the circumstances. Let’s take a closer look at why saying “thank you” is so much more than just polite etiquette, and… Read More
Seniors are prone to suffering from serious medical conditions related to poor dental hygiene. There is evidence that gum diseases, such as periodontitis, can be linked to heart disease and diabetes, as well as other systemic complications. Healthy teeth allow seniors to enjoy their food more without suffering from painful chewing and swallowing. Seniors suffering… Read More
Chronic pain can be the culprit of diminished quality of life for many seniors. The rate of chronic pain sufferers above the age of 65 is cited to be as high as 60-75%. As individuals age, they may find that they become more sedentary for a variety of reasons, such as working from a desk… Read More
Good nutrition is the foundation for good health. A combination of proper nutrients and exercise can help prevent a variety of chronic diseases. Throughout the aging process, bone and muscle mass is lost as metabolisms change. Due to the unique nutritional needs of seniors, taking the proper measures to provide wholesome, healthy foods is key… Read More
The Along the Journey program was created by Priority Life Care with residents, their families, and caregivers in mind. The services provided are adjusted to fit each individual’s abilities and specific needs. The program has been designed to benefit all stages of memory loss while remaining flexible enough to be adapted daily. The overarching goal… Read More
As we age, it’s just as crucial to exercise the mind as it is to keep the physical body fit. Cognitive function is a key component to one’s overall well-being, as well as a supporting factor in the ability to live independently. These days, brain game apps are readily available. Using activities and games to… Read More
At Priority Life Care, our purpose is Independence. This independence can be a peace of mind, like in the case of mother and daughter, Linda and Betty, at Celebration Villa.